(adj) abrupt or offhand in speech or manner; “she could be brusque and impatient”
Brusque (ब्रस्क) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
mid 17th century: from French, ‘lively, fierce’, from Italian brusco ‘sour’.
Brusque in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
Donald Trump is
brusque, aggressive, narcissistic and most likely, brutally honest. Known for his hard-line law-and-order views and
brusque manner, he would set a very different tone than previous holders of the job. Trump has come across as
brusque, almost bordering on being boorish, with no respect for the woman. While such sudden and
brusque changes are the norm in corporate America which did not even spare its CEO Steve Jobs in 1985.
Brusque & ruthless, Jagmohan Dalmiya lifted the game.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of brusque
brush kyun??? I dont want to brush and kiss you!
(adj) (of a disease or poison) extremely severe or harmful in its effects; “a virulent strain of influenza”
(adj) bitterly hostile; “a virulent attack on liberalism”
Virulent ( विरलन्ट / विर्यलन्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
उग्र , जहरीला , तीखा , द्रोही , विषमय , विषाक्त , विषैला , संक्रामक
late Middle English (originally describing a poisoned wound): from Latin virulentus, from virus ‘poison’
Virulent in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
Virulent CPM hatred triggered attack on CITU leader. In this past week we have seen
virulent hysteria from political leaders on a scale rarely seen before. Even while targeting BJP, parties are competing with each other to be seen as the most
virulent critic of the half-baked move. Strain of dengue in Delhi less
virulent, says health secretary. On the social media, the tone is
virulent; one asked, “why should every policy be about the poor.” Why indeed?
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Virulent
(verb) strike or hit very hard; “they walloped the back of his head with a stick”
(verb) heavily defeat (an opponent); “we were walloped by Milan”
(noun) a heavy blow or punch; “I gave it a wallop with my boot”
(BRITISH) alcoholic drink, especially beer; “an endless supply of free wallop”
(NORTH AMERICAN) a powerful effect; “the script packs a wallop”
Wallop ( वालप) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
प्रहार , खूब मारना , ज़ोर से मारना
Middle English (as a noun denoting a horse’s gallop): from Old Northern French walop (noun), waloper (verb), perhaps from a Germanic phrase meaning ‘run well’, from the bases of well1 and leap. Compare with gallop. From ‘gallop’ the senses ‘bubbling noise of a boiling liquid’ and then ‘sound of a clumsy movement’ arose, leading to the current senses.
Wallop in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
Wallop of Jio: Vodafone to offer free national roaming from Diwali. Kangaroos
wallop Scotland in opener. Crash! Bang!
Wallop! Arvind Kejriwal and the art of staying in the news. KL Rahul slams hundred on debut as India
wallop. Euro 2016: Wales
wallop Belgium to seal semifinal spot.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of wallop
wallop = wall + up , wallop padte hi wall ke upar chad gaya
(noun) a feeling of anxiety or dismay, typically at something unexpected; “to her consternation her car wouldn’t start”
Consternation ( कान्स्टर्नेशन / कान्स्टर्नैशन) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
early 17th century: from Latin consternatio(n- ), from the verb consternare ‘lay prostrate, terrify.
Consternation in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
Consternation over Bhopal encounter. Trump’s campaign rhetoric caused
consternation in many world capitals, including Tokyo. Trump caused
consternation in December 2015 by mooting a ban on all Muslims travelling to the United States. There seems to be
consternation within the Congress on the proposed Grand Alliance in Uttar Pradesh on the lines of Bihar. School Burnings Cause
Consternation in Indian Kashmir.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of consternation
conster (~monster) + nation, monster in your nation will cause consternation
(noun) exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement.
(noun) an old-fashioned term for a psychological disorder characterized by conversion of psychological stress into physical symptoms (somatization) or a change in self-awareness.
Hysteria ( हिस्टीरीअ / हिस्टेरीअ) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
mid 17th century (as an adjective): via Latin from Greek husterikos ‘of the womb’, from hustera ‘womb’ (hysteria being thought to be specific to women and associated with the womb).
Hysteria in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
New York Trump voters: ‘Enough with the
hysteria‘. Democrats need to get past their
hysteria and move on. In his biography on Khanna, Gautam Chintamani has attempted to explore the
hysteria around him. Celebrating Girl Power:
Hysteria and Hypocrisy. Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Wednesday ridiculed the ongoing family
hysteria in the Samajwadi Party.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Hysteria
hysteria = history + mystery… creates lot of excitement… dinosaur hysteria